Sweet Treat Month
Tuck into salted caramel gyoza and Harajuku Gyoza's famous raindrop cake for $5.
If you're making the trip to one of Harajuku Gyoza's Brisbane eateries — in Albert Lane in the CBD and at South Bank — then you're probably hankering for its titular food. But the dumpling chain doesn't just serve up bite-sized savoury dishes, or just gyoza. And if you're fond of its desserts, you can tuck into them for half the usual price during the entire month of September.
From Wednesday, September 1–Thursday, September 30, the chain is celebrating Sweet Treat Month and serving up its desserts for $5 a pop. The catch: you do have to buy something else, so you really will be having its dessert dishes to cap off your meal.
On the menu: the brand's famed raindrop cake, which has earned Harajuku Gyoza fans for years now, and two types of sweet gyoza. The salted caramel gyoza comes in serves of five, and features fried dumplings filled with salted caramel filling, then topped with popcorn and honeycomb pieces. Or, there's the adzuki bean gyoza, which arrives in the same serving size — this time filled with adzuki beans, then nestled in a pot of warm matcha, and finally covered in white chocolate sauce and whipped cream.
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